Church Pulverbatch Parish Council
DOG FOULING ON THE KNAPP
The Parish Council have been made aware of recent problems with dog fouling on The Knapp, the Council successfully campaigned for a dog waste bin to be placed in the area but some irresponsible owners are not using this facility.
Local residents are encouraged to be vigilant and report any problems of dog fouling to the local police on 01743 264788 or email@example.com
SmartWater is a forensically coded substance to protect your property. It has been proven that domestic burglaries have been reduced by up to 84 per cent in some areas, following a SmartWater campaign. Get your domestic marking kit through the Parish Council now.
|Chairman||Mr W. H. Higgins||01743 718922|
|Vice Chairman||Mr T. Perkins||01743 718765|
|Councillor||Mr R. Clarkson||01743 718465|
|Councillor||Mr J. R. Conde||01743 718623|
|Councillor||Mrs J. Gallagher|
|Councillor||Mrs P. Whitley||01743 718203|
|Councillor||Mr D. Taylor||01743 718347|
|Clerk to the Council||Sandra Ryan||01743 718559|
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The council meets every two months and agenda for the next meeting will be published here as a downloadable .pdf file:
Minutes of Meetings
Abridged copies of the minutes of council meetings will be made available below as downloadable .pdf files, once they have been approved by the council. The complete minutes are open to public view by contacting the Clerk to the Council.
Pulverbatch Parish Plan 2012
The Parish Council approved the Parish Plan 2012 at their meeting on 25 November 2012. The parish plan is a statement of how the community perceives itself evolving over the next few years, and was produced using the responses to the questionnaire sent out to gather the views of community.
The Plan can now be downloaded in pdf format Here (4.4mb file size, 14 pages). A printed version is also available from the parish clerk for a fee of £7 to cover printing and admin costs.
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